Solar Power Rocks Releases Comprehensive 2015 U.S. State Solar Power Rankings Report

State summaries include links to pages with detailed discussions of policy, incentives and rules that affect each state's residential solar power prospects.

Portland, OR, Oct. 21, 2014: Solar Power Rocks, the nation's leading source for clear and detailed information about U.S. residential solar energy policy, has just released its 2015 State Solar Power Rankings report.


The report contains ratings of all 50 states and the District of Columbia based on twelve key criteria leading to strong financial results for homeowners interested in installing solar panels. State summaries include links to pages with detailed discussions of policy, incentives and rules that affect each state's residential solar power prospects.

Solar Power Rocks is committed to giving homeowners a clear picture of the policy, incentives, and investment returns on local solar panel installations. The organization also seeks to recognize the best states for solar and clearly illustrate how all state legislatures can encourage residential solar energy growth based on the best practices in the most successful states.

Questions can be directed to Ben Zientara, at ben@solarpowerrocks.com.

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